UK News What the papers say – November 25

06:40  25 november  2020
06:40  25 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

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The Conservatives’ manifesto leads Monday’s papers . The Guardian says the battle lines over public spending for the election have been drawn after the Prime Minister “set out a Conservative plan to spend just £2.9bn more a year against the £83bn outlined by Jeremy Corbyn”.

Опубликовано: 24 нояб. 2019 г. What the papers say – November 25 .

Wednesday’s front pages are dominated by the Government’s announcement that coronavirus restrictions will be relaxed for the festive period.

a close up of a newspaper: What the papers say – November 25 (PA) © Peter Byrne What the papers say – November 25 (PA)

The Daily Mail, The Sun and the i all lead with the news that three households will be able to gather together between December 23 and 27.

The Guardian, Metro and Daily Express report the household Christmas bubbles will not be required to follow any physical social distancing requirements.

However, The Times says health experts have warned the relaxation of rules will “cost lives”.

Meanwhile, the Daily Star takes a sideways view of the announcement.

The Daily Telegraph and Daily Mirror juxtapose the Christmas development with Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s looming “New Deal-style” economic package to help get Britons back to work.

The Financial Times reports the £4.3 billion plan will aim to “shield jobs and livelihoods” from the economic fallout of the pandemic.

And elsewhere, The Independent leads with the equalities watchdog’s findings from the Windrush scandal.

In Sudan, Ethiopian refugees try to rebuild life in their camp .
© ASHRAF SHAZLY An Ethiopian refugee sells tea, in a transit camp in Sudan, November 26, 2020 Samarwat Tkhali, 10, has been walking around for a week the streets of "Village 8" in Sudan, where thousands of Ethiopians have taken refuge fleeing the war in Tigray. To survive, she sells the chocolate cakes bought by her father. In this miserable village, where some 15,000 Ethiopian refugees are crowded near the border, she approaches the people by asking them timidly: "Do you want to taste one?".

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